”Thank you to all LTH researchers who produce this cutting-edge research”
DEAN'S BLOG. With strong research environments and advanced infrastructure in the shape of laboratories and mechanical workshops, LTH has the capacity to attract talent, external engagement partners and external research funding, writes Dean of LTH, Annika Olsson.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The world is in urgent need of our knowledge, research breakthroughs, innovations and graduates. I would like to thank you for this year and all the important work we have done together, writes Annika Olsson, Dean of LTH.
”Now, not even the Nobel Prize remains!”
DEAN'S BLOG. Not many days will be like Tuesday 3 October. We now share the joy of Anne L’Huillier, Professor of Atomic Physics at LTH, being awarded the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics. Let me get back to you about how we will celebrate this great occasion, students and staff, together with Anne.
LTH is ready to contribute expertise towards the green transition and increased competitiveness
We can now strengthen our contribution towards the green transition through research, external engagement and educating more engineers, writes the Dean of LTH Annika Olsson in view of the news that the Government wants to invest in education and research to strengthen Sweden’s engineering prowess.
Welcome – the world comes together at LTH!
LTH is a place for dreams and discoveries, and one of our strengths is that we all have different backgrounds, writes Annika Olsson, Dean of LTH.
A diversity of knowledge – but are we attracting everyone with the right prerequisites?
LTH should attract the talents of the future and train them to be engineers, architects, and industrial designers. Young people who have obviously been encouraged by their parents to pursue higher studies are not always the most suitable. Broadened recruitment to universities and colleges is not about lowering the requirements but rather raising [...]
Recipe for innovation and growth
To succeed in producing utilisable research and innovations that have staying power and create growth in Sweden requires free research, a long-term approach, complete knowledge environments and forward-looking venture capitalists, writes Annika Olsson, Dean of LTH.
New multifaceted knowledge, creativity and problem-solving will be needed in the future
A quick look at the world around us can sometimes be enough to make us feel disheartened. However, there is hope for enhanced living conditions considering the knowledge, creativity and ability to solve problems and collaborate possessed by so many students, researchers, collaborative partners and alumni, writes LTH's Dean Annika Olsson.
Sweden needs to boost STEM – and solve the skills issue
If Sweden is to successfully manage major transitions in areas such as digitalisation, energy, new advanced materials and drug therapies, there is a need for new, long-term investment and more places on engineering study programmes, writes LTH’s dean Annika Olsson.
Dean of LTH wishes Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Many great things have happened at LTH in 2022, writes Annika Olsson, Dean of LTH.